Kenyans have over time adapted to the use of mobile phones over land line phones in most parts of Kenya. The mobile phones out phased the telephone that existed in the streets of Nairobi and other major towns in Kenya. Then came the “simu ya jamii” frenzy where these call stations in Kenya sprouted in literally anywhere with an open space. You would make your call and pay the simu ya jamii attendant in Kenya the much you had incurred. Unlike the telephone booths in Kenya, you could set a timer so as to ensure that you do not incur a cost call w Continue reading ...
Over the recent past, many people in Kenya have moved from the QWERTY keypad craze to the touch screen frenzy. Basically, everyone in Kenya owns a touch screen phone. There are so many mobile phone companies all over the world manufacturing all sorts of phones with various specifications.
From Techno, to Samsung to Nokia to Sony- people in Kenya are free to choose whichever they please, depending on their style and the kind of features they are looking for. However with the endless choices of phones in Kenya, it is very easy for one to get a counterfeit phon Continue reading ...
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